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Offline Joandavis

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Re: Subtitle and multiple audio track support?!
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Offline Olga Krovyakova

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Re: Subtitle and multiple audio track support?!
« Reply #2 on: October 09, 2020, 04:39:07 PM »
Hello DavidSpade,

Thank you for your post.

All these features are supported by Video Splitter at the present time. You can download the demo version by the link below and check it.

https://www.solveigmm.com/en/products/video-splitter/

"How to edit media file with several audio tracks" guideline:
https://www.solveigmm.com/en/howto/how-to-edit-media-file-with-several-audio-tracks/

Video Splitter supports embedded subtitles of formats: UTF8, ASS, SSA, GAB2 in  AVI, MKV, WEBM files and supports external subtitles of formats: ASS, SRT in AVI, MKV, WEBM, MP4.

If there will be any questions, please feel free to ask.
Regards,
Olga Krovyakova
Solveig Multimedia

Offline DavidSpade

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Subtitle and multiple audio track support?!
« Reply #1 on: October 09, 2020, 10:36:50 AM »
AVI Trimmer + MKV is a great piece of software. There are however two huge cons:
- It cannot handle more than one audio track at a time
- It cannot handle subtitles (and by subtitles, I don't mean that I want to create hardcoded subtitles from a file. I need the subtitles inside the MKV to be preserved, but cut down according to the edits I've made)

From the demo, it doesn't look like your flagship software "Video Splitter" can do these things either. วิธีคิดค่าหวย

Are there any plans for implementing support for these things? MKV is thriving particularly because it can have these things in them, and the files are easily customized using MKVmerge, except that doesn't support non-keyframe editing. If these features were there, I'd buy Video Splitter in a heartbeat...not to mention, I'd never need another piece of video editing software for many years.